Netflix to delay delivery of Warner's latest DVDs

Netflix customers will have to wait a bit longer to see the latest movies -- if those films are distributed by Warner Brothers. Full Story

Since: Nov 09

Rochester, NY

#1 Jan 7, 2010
BOO !!!!
phil

Orlando, FL

#2 Jan 7, 2010
time warner should change its name to time greed
doh

Canandaigua, NY

#3 Jan 7, 2010
That's fair...I have no problem with that. I usually watch a movie from netflix and if it's good, I'll buy a copy. If it's not good, it's cost me a few cents from netflix. I can wait 28 days. Message to studios though...put out more GOOD films and you'll make more money.
lil mama

Farmington, NY

#4 Jan 7, 2010
I dont like it and its not going to make me rush out and buy the movie instead. Everyones just out to make that extra buck
Julia

Cranston, RI

#5 Jan 7, 2010
Why not just go to Blockbuster?
eric

Tonawanda, NY

#6 Jan 7, 2010
Well this is good news for Blockbuster! now instead of getting your movie from netflix people will just go rent it from blockbuster
ROFL

Fairport, NY

#7 Jan 7, 2010
Nice try TW. Now more and more folks will just d/l from the net.
Susan

Canandaigua, NY

#8 Jan 7, 2010
phil wrote:
time warner should change its name to time greed
This has nothing to do with Time Warner.
phil

Orlando, FL

#9 Jan 7, 2010
Susan wrote:
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This has nothing to do with Time Warner.
who do you think owns warner brothers - time warner does
briteyez44

Black Creek, NY

#10 Jan 7, 2010
Time Warner Inc. owns all Time Life Book companies (27 in all) and also owns:
On Cable:
HBO, CNN (8 CNN networks), Court TV, Time Warner Cable services, Road Runner interactive services, New York 1, Kablevision (Hungary)
On Film and Television:
Warner Bros.(studios, film production and distrbution,) WB Television Network, Hanna Barbera Cartoons, Telepictures Production, Witt - Thomas Productions, Castle Rock Entertainment, Warner Home Video, Warner Bros pay TV, Warner Bros Theaters, TBS Superstation, Turner Network Television, Turner South, Cartoon Network (3 channels), Turner Classic Movies, TNT, New Line Cinema, Fine Line Features, Turner Original Productions
In Print:
Time Magazine (8 publications,) Fortune, Life, Sports Illustrated (3 magazines,) People (4 publications,) Entertainment Weekly (2 publications,) and 58 additional monthly or weekly publications.
In Music:
Time Warner Music, Atlantic Records, Rhino, Elektra, and 49 other music production companies.
In Partnership:
Joint ventures with Sony on Columbia House marketing, Music Sound Exchange, Viva, Channel V, Heartland Music,
Online:
CompuServe Interactive, The Knot Inc, MapQuest.com , Spinner.com , Winamp, DrKoop.com , Legend.
In Sports:
Atlanta Braves
In Retail:
MovieFone, iAmaze,(partial) Amazon.com , Quack.com
Just me

United States

#11 Jan 7, 2010
Who cares.. They should delay it for months. Americans are getting fat from sitting in front of the TV watching the latest movie release... Put down the remote people...put down the remote.
Susan

Canandaigua, NY

#12 Jan 7, 2010
phil wrote:
<quoted text>who do you think owns warner brothers - time warner does
I stand corrected then. I had no idea.

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Since: Feb 08

Rochester area

#16 Jan 8, 2010
doh wrote:
That's fair...I have no problem with that. I usually watch a movie from netflix and if it's good, I'll buy a copy. If it's not good, it's cost me a few cents from netflix. I can wait 28 days. Message to studios though...put out more GOOD films and you'll make more money.
I agree with you, I rarely will buy a DVD (at 20-25$ a pop for new releases) unless I've seen it and like it and want to see it again. I've tried Blockbuster and their service just isn't up to the same par as Netflix. So I will wait the 28 days, then wait another few weeks for it to come off the "long/short wait" list anyway. Still waiting for "Night At the Museum 2".
hippo crate

Rochester, NY

#17 Jan 8, 2010
sandy4514 wrote:
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I agree with you, I rarely will buy a DVD (at 20-25$ a pop for new releases) unless I've seen it and like it and want to see it again. I've tried Blockbuster and their service just isn't up to the same par as Netflix. So I will wait the 28 days, then wait another few weeks for it to come off the "long/short wait" list anyway. Still waiting for "Night At the Museum 2".
I'm not sure where RedBox fits in to all of this but it really is an awesome way to get movies. I've been doing it since they have been out in my area. I am not sure how they are with the latest releases because I am not up on what is current or not. I'm all done buying movies, I rarely watch anything twice. Also, since I don't have a chance to watch many movies, including popular ones, the library is a great source. You can see what is available on the internet and go down and grab it. I usually go down the list of the most popular movies as told by imdb.com and then check the library from home. Time warner really doesn't have a good enough rotation to warrent paying for it on a monthly basis.

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